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Taiwanese tourist arrested for filming Cambodian palace with drone
Ever encounter an unforgettable vista while vacationing that made you want to get out your drone for a better shot?
 
TAIEX up after US Fed rate hike
Taiwan's main stock exchange gained close to 1 percent in early trade this morning following the U.S. Fed's decision Wednesday to raise interest rates.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Thursday March 16, 2017.
 
Taiwan is unlikely to establish official diplomatic relations with the Sovereign Order of Malta because the exact status of the Order in international law has been the subject of debate, a source told The China Post.
 
Ex-President Ma indicted in wiretapping case
Former President Ma Ying-jeou, indicted Tuesday for allegedly abetting the leaking of confidential information, stood by his innocence and called the charge "unjustifiable."
 
A shared fate for Taiwan's elected presidents
The indictment of former President Ma Ying-jeou on Tuesday made him the third former Republic of China head of state to be prosecuted, after Chen Shui-bian and Lee Teng-hui.
 
Opposition Kuomintang lawmakers on Tuesday described as "political" the indictment of former President Ma Ying-jeou for allegedly abetting in the disclosure of confidential information, while the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) said the latest development was expected.
 
Why was Taiwanese woman detained for 35 hours in Malaysia?
A Taiwanese woman has posted online about how she was detained by Malaysian authorities for 35 hours due to a damaged passport.
 
Air quality poor in southern Taiwan
Air quality was good in eastern Taiwan and some parts of northern and central Taiwan on Wednesday, but it was poor in Puli in central Taiwan's Nantou County, as well as in southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung and Pingtung, according to the Environmental Protection Administration's Taiwan Air Quality Monitoring Network.
 
Warmer temperatures coming Friday
The strength of the latest cold front is wearing off.
 
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